Los Angeles real estate executive joins Ilitch School Board of Visitors

The Wayne State University Mike Ilitch School of Business is proud to welcome Quincy Allen to its Board of Visitors. Board of Visitors members serve at the invitation of the dean. Their role is to advise and support the dean on the strategic direction and advancement of the school.

Quincy Allen is co-founder and managing partner of Arc Capital, a Los Angeles-based real estate platform that targets urban mixed-use environments in the path of millennial growth. In tandem with his business partner, Neville Rhone, Allen is responsible for overall firm strategy.

Allen’s career in the real estate business spans 25 years with over $8 billion of transaction experience. Prior to forming Arc Capital, he was managing director and investment committee member of Canyon Capital Realty Advisors. There, he led the acquisitions team for the Canyon-Johnson Urban Funds, a partnership between the company and Earvin “Magic” Johnson, and invested over $3 billion in urban real estate. Before joining Canyon, Allen held a number of investment positions, including an executive position with Lazard Frères and vice president of Archstone Communities.

Allen is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, Pension Real Estate Association, the National Multi-Housing Council and the International Council of Shopping Centers.

Allen received his bachelor’s degree in finance from Wayne State University and his MBA from Harvard Business School. He was the 1992 recipient of the WSU School of Business Administration's Outstanding Student Award.

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